In Conversation with Patrick Hughes: The story behind 'Peggy'
16 Dec 2021
All eyes were on Patrick Hughes and his mind-bending 3D artworks at Hang-Up HQ on November 25 2021, when the gallery hosted a Q&A with the artist, led by his friend, the former BBC correspondent Rosie Millard. Watch a moment of the talk where Hughes discussed 'Peggy'...
PARADISE VERSION opened at Hang-Up on 24 March 2022, and what a night it was. Thank you to the artist for and to our drinks partners, Casamigos, Tanqueray 10, Ketel One and Haig for the delicious drinks. And of course to all those that came and contributed in making it such a successful opening night. The show is now open to the public and runs through until April 29 2022
All eyes were on Patrick Hughes and his mind-bending 3D artworks at Hang-Up HQ on November 25, when the gallery hosted a Q&A with the artist led by his friend, the former BBC correspondent Rosie Millard. Over the course of the evening, Hughes regaled guests with tales of his childhood and his time living at New York’s notorious Chelsea Hotel – as well as staging an impromptu recital of the surreal poem The Picket Fence by Christian Morgenstern, much to the audience’s delight.
Hang-Up Gallery proudly presents a solo show by British artist and inventor of ‘reverspective’ Patrick Hughes, celebrating sixty-years since his first exhibition and twenty-five years living and working in East London.